Girl Scouts of Hawaii will be selling Girl Scout Cookies at the Ewa Town Center. March 3-6 & March 18-20.
We are excited to announce a Valentine’s Day Giveaway from Ewa Town Center! Now through 2/12/22 win a free DATE on us with $100 worth of A MEAL AND FUN from Ewa Town Center merchants!
To enter, follow us on instagram, like our post, tag a friend and tell us why you like Ewa Town Center! One entry per account, share for a second entry. 1 winner will be announced here @ewatowncenter instagram.
No purchase is necessary to win. The promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by or associated with Instagram.
Give back to the Ewa community this holiday season! Ewa Town Center has paired with Child & Family Service to support their Ewa Family Center and other programs like the Leeward Domestic Abuse Shelters, Youth Programs, and Mental Health Services for active-duty military, post 9-11 veterans, and their families.
Now through the end of December, donate select household items and toiletries to our on-site donation bins at Pearl Hawaii and Genki Sushi. CFS is able to accept new items for donation:
Diapers (all sizes)
School materials (pens; paper; markers; highlighters; composition books)
Children’s books, coloring books, crayons, family games
Now through December 25th, pull and fulfill an Angel Tag from Angel Trees held at HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union and Pearl Hawaii FCU. Each Angel Tag corresponds with a child or family in need and states their special wish for Christmas.
Child & Family Service will have an outreach booth at the center on Friday, December 3rd from 2 – 5pm outside of Foodland. The public is welcome to visit to talk with Child & Family Service staff, obtain information on support programs or to make a donation to help others through the nonprofit’s various programs.
About Child & Family Service
Child & Family Service (CFS) is a family-centered, full-service nonprofit that has been at work in the community since 1899, and is dedicated to strengthening families and fostering the healthy development of children. Through an array of statewide programs that welcome everyone from keiki to kūpuna across the Islands, CFS helps Hawai`i families address some of life’s most serious situations including poverty, abuse, and neglect. CFS proves its effectiveness with data and results; from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021, CFS provided direct services to 17,045 individuals and touched another 76,500 lives through phone calls, referrals, educational presentations, and by providing for those visiting walk-in family centers.